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Join us at Carisbrooke Castle Museum for the last of this season's special 'Insight' talks, designed to give local people an opportunity to find out more about the museum and its collection.
The topic will be 'An Island Legacy', an illustrated talk by Ken Hicks in which he will compare 19th century Brannon engravings of Island scenes with modern-day photographs of the same places, including some rarely seem images. There will be the opportunity to view original engravings from the museum's collection.
Tickets are £8 to include refreshments and all proceeds help support the museum Trust - spaces limited so call 01983 523112 or email [email protected] to book.
Carisbrooke Castle Museum is an Accredited local history museum run by an independent Charitable Trust, sited within a medieval castle in the care of English Heritage. It was founded in 1898 by HRH Princess Beatrice, Queen Victoria’s youngest daughter, as a memorial to her husband, Prince Henry of Battenberg.
The Museum cares for over 30,000 items connected with the Isle of Wight, including social history, medieval history, King Charles I, ecclesiastical history, costume, military history, photographs, paintings, decorative art, ephemera and documents.